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Old 11-26-2009, 03:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Change Registered Weight Class

I just bought a used 2005 2500, and the idiot dealer registered the truck as a Class 2 vehicle, when I received my registration and plate yesterday. I told the guy when buying the truck to register it to the full 9000 lbs, and when I asked why did you register it at 7000, his reply was he didn't want to pay the extra registration fee.

I told him to re-register it, he said no, I said you should have called me and I would have paid the difference, he just looks at me funny, I call him an a-hole, and left the dealership (non-Dodge dealership).

My question is there a way to up register the truck to a Class 3 without paying the entire Class 3 fee, and just pay the difference, or what do I have to do?

Reason I'm asking is I regularly haul a pallet (ton) of wood pellets for my stove in the bed, and for friends so they don't have to pay the delivery fee, and I don't want to be pulled over for being over the registered limit.

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Old 11-26-2009, 09:54 AM   #2 (permalink)
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i just had the exact same thing happen to me by the dealership i bought my 07 from. total jagoffs. anyway

i imagine you would have to go to a notary and they would be able to do it for you. i am selling a car tomorrow so i will be at the notary. i will ask her and let you know.
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I just bought a used 2005 2500, and the idiot dealer registered the truck as a Class 2 vehicle, when I received my registration and plate yesterday. I told the guy when buying the truck to register it to the full 9000 lbs, and when I asked why did you register it at 7000, his reply was he didn't want to pay the extra registration fee.

I told him to re-register it, he said no, I said you should have called me and I would have paid the difference, he just looks at me funny, I call him an a-hole, and left the dealership (non-Dodge dealership).

My question is there a way to up register the truck to a Class 3 without paying the entire Class 3 fee, and just pay the difference, or what do I have to do?

Reason I'm asking is I regularly haul a pallet (ton) of wood pellets for my stove in the bed, and for friends so they don't have to pay the delivery fee, and I don't want to be pulled over for being over the registered limit.

Thanks in advance.
There is a formula in the Notary registration for raising the class, you only pay the difference between the two classes. Simple & quick at any Notary office.
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Correct! I bumped mine up to 8800, so I wouldn't be required to have a cat con. (anything over 8001#)
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Cool, I'll go first thing tomorrow morning to change it over, any difference in the inspection? I live in Pike County so no Emissons Testing.
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diesels are emissions exempt in pennsylvania. only visual which is covered in normal inspection.
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